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Three Chinese students were fined and condemned for playing a video on the night ban

2019-nCoV Special
Source: xkb.com.au
[Social News]     12 Aug 2020
Melbourne's three chinese students were fined $5000 and widely condemned by the chinese community after they posted a video on the social app that they went to a mcdonald's restaurant to buy fast food in violation of the ban.
Three Chinese students were fined and condemned for playing a video on the night ban

Two of the three Chinese students danced in front of the camera after they broke the curfew and arrived at McDonald's

Melbourne's three chinese students were fined $5000 and widely condemned by the chinese community after they posted a video on the social app that they went to a mcdonald's restaurant to buy fast food in violation of the ban.

In this five-minute video, three chinese student bloggers accompanied the bond 007 series theme song at 2:30 a.m. last sunday, saying mcdonald's "for the brave ".

The three then wore masks, black coats and elevators from their apartments, walked down the alley and along Elizabeth Street (Elizabeth Street) in downtown Melbourne to buy fast food at McDonald's near the famous Queen Victoria Market (Queen Victoria Market). Try to avoid the police on duty.

They brag in the video :" Who does McDonald's drive late at night? For our brave men. "

One of them said at the end of the video, returning to his apartment with takeout, that "Melbourne's city is farting ".

Victoria police confirmed to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) that the three bloggers involved had received a fine of $1652 on Monday for violating the Chief Health Officer's directive.

In just two days, the "late-night McDonald's" video has become one of the strongest topics in the Chinese community since the new crown epidemic.

Many Chinese social app public numbers forwarded and commented, and a large number of comments on misconduct in the video began to emerge in social app and Weibo.

Numerous retweets and comments indicate anger at the fact that the three bloggers "knowingly" flaunted the whole process of violating the curfew.

Many Chinese believe that the "irresponsible" behavior of bloggers may have a negative impact on the state's response to the second wave of the epidemic, including the additional burden on the police and medical workers, and even endanger the lives of vulnerable groups.

It is reported that three bloggers on Sunday and Monday night have issued two statements to apologize to the Vizhou Chinese.

They said in an apology :" We have admitted our mistakes to the police today and received the tickets we deserved. The wrong thing can not be saved, we accept all the criticism, which is the punishment we deserve. "

""Our so-called'brave' appears very naive in front of law, a humiliating clown, an ignorant man in the eye. "

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